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Georgia Pastor Has No Time For Anti-LGBT Hypocrites

It’s always uplifting to see that not all pastors preach hate.

Religious people who are critical of the LGBT community and the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage are “hypocritical,” Georgia pastor E.

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Sermon Link: We Will Not Bow by John McArthur

A powerful message from Pastor John McArthur of Grace To You:

We Will Not Bow

Also available in audio form here, or download it… 7,144 more words

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Today in Legal History

July 25th, 1974

President Nixon lost what was called “the most important battle of his political life”. On this day, by a unanimous vote, the eight Supreme Court Justices, the highest judicial forum in the United States, rejected his assertion that he had an “executive privilege” to withhold from the Watergate Special Prosecutor evidence – 64 tape recordings – needed for the impending scandal trials. 92 more words

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KY Clerk Says She 'Prayed And Fasted' Before Deciding To Stop Issuing Marriage Licenses

I’d say it’s about time for Miss Davis to retire if she’s unable to follow the law – for any reason. Why should these couples be inconvenienced by her religion? 207 more words

Gay Marriage

Old Tale and New Clothes

This is a letter I wrote the week after the decision of the US Supreme Court on the Obergefell case. The Inquirer printed it on July 17, 2015. 680 more words

whoa, The Trevi Fountain

It just occurred me me that I dropped coins into the Trevi Fountain in Rome.  Does that mean that I may yet return to Rome?  I don’t see how, unless I were elected pope or I was called there on some other biz related to the G.   104 more words

Leaders for Boy Scouts of America voted to end the scouts' gay ban

America’s Boy Scouts are just one step away from repealing a ban on gay leadership. The national organization announced today (July 13) that its executive committee voted unanimously “to select adult leaders without regard to sexual orientation,” according to the release. 289 more words